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The Thick of It is a British comedy television series that satirises the inner workings of modern British government.

It was first broadcast on BBC Four in 2005, switching to BBC Two for the third series. So far, The Thick of It has run for fourteen half-hour episodes and two special hour-long episodes, as well as a non-canonical spin-off film In the Loop in 2009.

Series 1 Edit

  1. Series 1 - Episode 1
  2. Series 1 - Episode 2
  3. Series 1 - Episode 3

Series 2 Edit

  1. Series 2 - Episode 1
  2. Series 2 - Episode 2
  3. Series 2 - Episode 3

2007 Specials Edit

  1. The Rise of the Nutters
  2. Spinners and Losers
  3. Opposition Extra

Series 3 Edit

  1. Series 3 - Episode 1
  2. Series 3 - Episode 2
  3. Series 3 - Episode 3
  4. Series 3 - Episode 4
  5. Series 3 - Episode 5
  6. Series 3 - Episode 6
  7. Series 3 - Episode 7
  8. Series 3 - Episode 8

Series 4 Edit

A fourth series was commissioned in March 2010. Iannucci has expressed an interest in targeting the coalition government, in particular the role of the Liberal Democrats in the next series.

In an interview with The Guardian, he stated his idea was for Peter Mannion to have become a minister "but there will be someone from the other party in the coalition in his office, so a lot of the comedy will come from that tension between duplicated ministers."[6] Work began on the scripts in March 2011.[7] Shooting for the fourth series will commence in March 2012.

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